List of the richest top 10 cricketers in the world


If a sport is most liked worldwide after football, then it is cricket. Which is the main reason for being the most sought after fan in a country like India. Through this game many Famous cricketers have made their name in the world today. Any players who are good in their game at present, money is also raining on them.

Expensive brands around the world want to present their goods to the public through these cricketers. For which these players also get thick fees of crores of rupees. On the other hand, with the introduction of IPL, the annual earnings of all the players have also increased.

Cricket has become a business place today. Where people like to spend millions on their favorite player. With the player, they also earn big money. Let's take a look at the world's top 10 richest cricketers and their earnings.

Note: Players are ranked by time period:


10. Yuvraj Singh


Former Team India player Yuvraj Singh, popularly known as Sixer King, is known all over the world. Yuvraj last year called cricket goodbye. Let me tell you, Yuvraj played for India in almost 403 international matches by combining all forms of cricket. In which he scored 11,868 runs. Yuvraj Singh played an important role in the T20 World Cup which India won in 2007 and the World Cup in 2011.

Yuvraj is a fame with India all over the world. Yuvraj has worked for brands like Puma, LG, Reebok, Xbox, Revital and Pepsi. Apart from this, Yuvraj Singh was also the most expensive selling player in IPL 2015-16. He was bought by the Delhi Capitals for Rs 16 crore this season.


9. Shane Watson


Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson retired from international cricket in 2016. Watson played 307 internationals for Australia. In which he scored 10,950 and also made 281 wickets. Even after retiring, Watson plays in T20 (IPL, PCL, BBL, Big Bash League) leagues around the world.

Being a great all-rounder, Watson is one of the most expensive selling players in every T10 league. In IPL 2016, Royal Challengers Bangalore bought it for Rs 9.5 crore for two years.


8. Virender Sehwag


Virender Sehwag has been one of Team India's most explosive openers. Sehwag is also the only batsman to score two triple centuries in India's Test. Sehwag played 374 international matches for India in his 8-year cricket career. In which Sehwag scored 17,253 runs. In the IPL, Sehwag has played for Delhi Capitals and Kings XI Punjab.

Sehwag has long been a brand ambassador for Hero Honda. Apart from cricket, Sehwag has also advertised for many international brands like Boost, Samsung, Reebok, Adidas and many more. Today Virender Sehwag also runs an international school in Haryana, and is playing mentor in the Kings XI Punjab team in the IPL.


7. Shane Warne


Former Australian leg-spin bowler Shane Warne is the second highest wicket-taker in the world. Warne is the second bowler to take more than 1000 wickets in his international cricket career. In the first season of the IPL, the team of Rajasthan Royals was the winner under their captaincy.

Warne is currently the head coach of the Rajasthan Royals team. Australian giants Warne has made millions by advertising brands such as Victoria Bitter, Pepsi, McDonald's and many more.


6. Brian Lara


Former West Indies captain Brian Lara has been one of the world's greatest batsmen. Whom many young batsmen still consider as their role model. Lara has played 430 international matches, and scored more than 21,000 runs. He is the only batsman in the world to score 400 runs in one innings of a Test match.

Lara has been a brand ambassador for India's famous tire company MRF for years. In addition, Lara has played golf competitions internationally. Lara has also made a significant contribution in uplifting the economy of the West Indies Cricket Board.


5. Ricky Ponting


Ricky Ponting is a great player and a wonderful captain. Under their captaincy Australia had won the World Cup twice (2003, 2007) twice. Ponting played 560 internationals for Australia, with Ponting scoring 27,082 runs. Ponting is also the first batsman to score 71 centuries in international cricket from Australia.

With cricket, Ponting has already made millions by advertising various brands such as Volvo, Adidas, Whole Milk, Rexona, etc. He has also been a brand ambassador for Cricket Bat Company, Kukabura. Currently Potting is the head coach of the Delhi Capitals in the IPL, as well as the world's most expensive commentator.


4. Jack Kallis


Jack Kallis has been South Africa's greatest all-rounder with the world. The lack of a legendary player like Kallis is still visible in South Africa. Kallis played 519 matches in his international career. Of which, 57,5 ​​wickets were scored with 25,534 runs.

Kallis has made his mark in every form of cricket, whether it is IPL or Australia's Big Bash League. Their fan count is still in the millions today. Let me tell you, at present, Kallis is the Kolkata Knight Riders' batting coach.


3. Virat Kohli


There is no doubt that there is no batsman in Virat Kohli's clash in world cricket at this time. Whatever format Kohli has proved himself in everywhere. That is the reason why Kohli is regarded as one of the best batsmen in the world today. In just a few years, Kohli has won the hearts of everyone with his game.

On the other hand, even in terms of earnings, Kohli has outperformed the Bollywood stars of India. Advertising companies from countries other than India like to make Kohli their brand ambassador. Kohli's burning in the IPL is worth seeing. In 2018, he was paid 17 crores by Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Apart from all this, Kohli is a brand ambassador for international brands such as Pepsi, Valvoline, Google, Hero Moto Corp, Colgate, Tissot, Touyam, Manawar etc. Tire company MRF has given them Rs 100 crore for 8 years of putting stickers on their bat.


2. Mahendra Singh Dhoni


Former captain of the Indian team Mahendra Singh Dhoni is a player who lives in the hearts of 133 crore people of India. Who have won India two World Cups under their captaincy. Dhoni is the only captain of India whose captain has won three ICC tournaments. Due to the popularity of Dhoni, every company gives them money by mouth.

Dhoni is a brand ambassador for Gulf Oil, Boost, Reebok, McDowells, TVS Motors, Red Bus, Sony Bravia, Lees, Amrapali, Snickers, Goeddy, Colgate, Orient and many more.


1. Sachin Tendulkar


Cricket Lord Sachin Tendulkar has the distinction of being the richest cricketer in the world. As everyone knows, Sachin is the only player in the world with more than 34 thousand runs and 100 centuries in international cricket. Many people in India started watching cricket because of Sachin. Even after retiring from cricket, Sachin lives in the heart of cricket fans.

Tendulkar advertises hundreds of global brands like BMW, Pepsi, Luminus, Adidas, Canon, Philips, Britannia, VISA, Castrol, Coca-Cola and more. Sachin was the first cricketer in the world to earn 100 million by advertising.

In the late 1990s, Sachin himself became a brand. He helped the BCCI get rid of debt and become the richest cricket board in the world.

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